- HISTORY OF THE UPPER KEYS -
- By Jerry Wilkinson -
Compilation date = June 10, 2010
- Index page for all Lists of Keys Veterans' names and status -
[An online edition of H.R. 9486 is being prepared. If interested the URL is: http://um.bookprep.com/read/mdp.39015049888574?rb=y#sPage=2_mode=1]
There are a total of five alphabetical veteran lists in the Congressional Inquiry H.R. 9486 document from pages 390 to 400. The hearings convened March 26, 1936; therefore, I assume the lists were current near this date. I have seen many lists, however, I chose these lists assuming a high degree of accuracy, entered under Congressional rules and it was a published document. This was the first and only time the FBI fingerprint data was ever taken outside of Washington, D.C. If someone understands the theory of the WW-1 serial number composition, I would like to include it here. It may contain a hint as to what part of the country one enlists. It is not the same as mine in WW-II.
Two of the five are lists of the Living - Identification positive and tentative. As both lists are of the survivors, I combined both into one group, but since it is a large number but alphabetical, I split it into five separate pages. which follows:
List of living by last names: A to D Click here.
List of living by last names: E to H Click here.
List of living by last names: I to N Click here.
List of living by last names: O to Z Click here.
List of living but identification tentative: Click here.
The dead are contained in three lists for which I did not combine. They are as follows:
List number 1 - Dead - Positive identification, Click here.
List number 3 - Missing - No information, Click here.
List number 4 - Dead - Identification tentative, Click here.
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